No. 2:10-cv-02190-MCA-MAH (D.N.J.)
Welcome to the Marchese v. Cablevision Systems Corp. Settlement Website
There is a Settlement in a class action lawsuit against Cablevision claiming that certain business practices resulted in subscribers paying higher prices for Cablevision’s cable TV set-top boxes.
Subject to certain exceptions, the Settlement Class includes all persons in New Jersey, Connecticut and New York who subscribed to Cablevision’s video services and paid a monthly fee to Cablevision to lease a Set-Top Box at any time from April 30, 2004 to March 9, 2016.
The Settlement offers credits for services (ranging between $50-$140 in value) or a one-time bill credit (ranging between $20-$40) to Cablevision’s Current Subscribers. Former Subscribers can get a one-time cash payment (ranging between $20-$40) and other benefits.
Your legal rights are affected even if you do not act. Please read carefully. The rights and options below — and the deadlines to exercise them— are explained in further detail in the Notice.
The Court in charge of this case still has to decide whether to approve the Settlement. If it does, and after any appeals are resolved, benefits will be distributed consistent with the Settlement. Please be patient.
|SUMMARY OF YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS AND OPTIONS:|
|Exclude Yourself by
August 24, 2016
|Ask to be excluded and get no benefits from the Settlement. This is the only option that allows you to keep the right to sue Cablevision at your own expense (see FAQ 16).|
August 24, 2016
|Write to the Court about why you do not like the Settlement (see FAQ 19).|
|Go to a Hearing on
September 12, 2016
|Ask to speak in Court about the fairness of the Settlement (see FAQ 19).|
|Submit a Claim Form by
September 23, 2016
|Submit a Claim Form for a cash payment, bill credit, and/or credits for certain Cablevision services (see FAQ 11).|
|Do Nothing||Give up your rights to sue Cablevision for the legal claims resolved by this case. Current Subscribers who do nothing will receive access to a four month subscription to the Internet-delivered SundanceNow service from AMC.|